Student recognition night will be Wednesday, May 8 at the St. Charles West Gym. Doors will open at 6:30 PM and the ceremony will start at 7:00 PM. We are asking that students dress appropriate for a business function.
SkillsUSA Missouri State Competition
On Thursday, April 4th, 75 Lewis & Clark students headed to Linn State Technical College in Linn, MO (about 30 minutes east of Jefferson City on Hwy 50) for the SkillsUSA Missouri State Competition. Students competed in hands-on contests, written contests, and leadership contests. At the opening cermemony, Lewis & Clark received 2nd place in the state for our canned food drive and a gold chapter activity award.
After two days of competitons, they found out the results on Saturday morning at the awards ceremony. Lewis & Clark students did incredibly well.
1st Place Medalists
Basic Health Care Skills - Abigail Hoffman - FHN
Industrial Motor Control - Brad Davis - FHC
Masonry - Ben Newton - FZN
Nurse Assisting - Mackenzie Haynie - FZS
Technical Computer Applications - Garrett Knese - SCW
Web Design - Keegan Romine - CH
Web Design - Katie Schaffer - CH
2nd Place Medalists
Basic Health Care Skills - Madeleine Allman - FH
Collision Repair Technology - Sam Bisanti - WZT
Power Equipment Technical Information- Brian Kiely - WZH
Power Equipment Technology - Brian Kiely - WZH
Technical Computer Applications - Casey Schulte - FH
3rd Place Place Medalists
Computer Programming - Joey Klix - FZS
CPR/First Aid - Mariah Remington - FHC
Masonry - Michael Young - FHN
Welding - Kenny Griffin - FHN
All of our 1st place medalists will be heading on to national competition at the end of June in Kansas City, MO.
Mike Rowe Video
Mike Rowe of Mike Rowe Works and Discovery Channel speaks to the Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee on May 5th, 2011. He discusses the need for change in the work force of USA's citizens to promote skilled trades as a desired job, rather than that being exclusive to jobs that requires a 4 year degree or more.
Lewis and Clark Career Center is conducting a NEW cell phone, ink jet cartridge and laser cartridge recycling program. There’s nothing to buy. We are simply asking you to protect the environment by donating your used digital cell phones, ink jets, and laser cartridges. 100% of the proceeds will go to Lewis and Clark Career Center’s Computer Maintenance and Networking class to offset the cost of the students certification exams.
Parents, please remember to send in cartridges from your place of business. If you have a large pick up (25 or more HP, Lexmark, Dell, Brother) Conover Office Products will pick them up from your business. Conover Office Products number is 636-720-1354 or 800-494-8542.
The recycle bins are located in the Computer Maintenance classroom.
We greatly appreciate your support!